The record I want to make here and now — the one I wish I could find in my local record store — is a gentle, lulling, polyrhythmic, minimalist yet warm tapestry of acoustic instruments. No solos, just interlocking parts. A little Steve Reich, but groovier. A little Ghanaian street music, but more arranged. Thick and creamy vocals like the Zombies’s Colin Blunstone. The bass warm and tubby like Studio One dub.
Read the rest of this post here It is going to continue for a couple weeks, Suzanne Vega just updated the blog with a post two nights ago, on April 15. I like how Measure for Measure includes a mix of artists and provides another way for fans to connect with music. It is so easy to listen to a quick 30-second preview of a song on iTunes and completely forget about it. It is rare however, to get a glimpse into the journey behind the birth of a song–and appreciate the process.
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